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mLearn 2004

mLearn 2005  4th World conference on mLearning 
Conference theme:   Mobile technology: The future of learning in your hands



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Mohamed Ally

An Intelligent Agent for Adapting and Delivering Electronic Course Materials to Mobile Learners

Miguel Angarita

Edugaming PCs and QUICKPDA eBooks: A New Model for Surpassing Fragmentation in Mobile Learning on eHealth

Rodrigo Arias

XML saves the day: Porting a Rich-Media Collection to a Mobile Platform in Three Weeks Flat

Jill Attewell

From Research and Development to Mobile Learning Tools for Education and Training Providers and their Learners

Andrea Barker

A Proposed Theoretical Model for mLearning Adoption in Developing Countries

Claire Bradley

Adult Multimedia Learning with PDAs - The User Experience

Michael Burke

Utilizing Wireless Pocket-PCs to Promote Collaboration in Field-based Courses

Dan Corlett

Interactive Logbook: a Mobile Portfolio and Personal Development Planning Tool

Nellie de Crom

The “ME”-Learning Experience: PDA Technology and eLearning in Ecotourism at TUT

Monica Divitini

Blending Mobile and Ambient Technologies to Support Mobility in Practice Based Education: the Case of Teacher Education

Ron Edwards

Your Learners are Increasingly Mobile, is Your Learning?

Keri Facer

Challenges and Opportunities: Making Mobile Learning a Reality in Schools

Markus Feisst

Adaptive Heterogeneous Learning System

Heather A. Katz

Streaming mLearning Objects via Data Resolution and Web Services to Mobile Devices: Design Guidelines and System Architecture Model

Desmond Keegan

The Incorporation of Mobile Learning into Mainstream Education and Training

Paul Landers

Meta Learning: Experiences from the Inclusion of mLearning in a Standards-Based and Corporate-Wide Learning Content Management Framework

Yiannis Laouris

The Introduction of IT in the lives of children as a service to global peace:  Experiences from a Nation-Wide Experiment Introducing IT in the Lives of Children: Fifteen Years Later

Yiannis Laouris

We need an Educationally Relevant Definition of Mobile Learning

Willa Louw 

Taking the Distance Out of Distance Education through the Means of mLearning

Jenny Leach

4D Technologies: Appropriating Handheld Computers to Serve the Needs of Teachers and Learners in Rural African Settings

Pasi Mattila

MOOP - Using mLearning Environment in Primary Schools

Janet McMillan

Seven Reasons Why mLearning Doesn't Work

Laura Naismith

Evaluation of CAERUS: a Context Aware Mobile Guide

Dick Ng'ambi

Mobile Dynamic Frequently Asked Questions (m-DFAQ) for Student and Learning Support

Evelyn Nonyongo

Effectiveness of SMS Communication Between University and Students

Lyn Pemberton

Designing a Television and Mobile Assisted Language Learning Environment

Marcus Ragus

The Australian Mobile Learning Network: Australian Innovations

Mike Sharples

Towards a Theory of Mobile Learning

Pasi Silander

An Intelligent Mobile Tutoring Tool Enabling Individualisation of Students' Learning Processes

Gerard Smyth

Wireless Technologies Bridging the Digital Divide in Education

Geoff Stead

Moving Mobile into the Mainstream

Dan Sutch

"Bossing Adults and Finding Spotty Bras": Learners as Producers within Mobile Learning Contexts [Not Available]

Karen Swan

Teaching and Learning with Mobile Computing Devices: Closing the Gap

John Traxler

Evaluating Mobile Learning: Reflections on Current Practice

Ina Treadwell

Using Portable Technology for Assessment of Practical Performance

Patrick Veith

Conception and Development of Reusable and Modular Mobile Content

Petra Wentzel

Mobile Learning in the Netherlands: Real-time Database Access in an Educational Fieldwork Setting

Philip West

Content Exposure of Slide Show Presentations for Selective Download and Annotation via Mobile Devices

Jocelyn Wishart

Using Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) with Internet Access to Support Initial Teacher Training in the UK